Over the past few years holidaymakers across the globe have been going crazy for glamorous camping – aka – ‘glamping’.
Glamping is the perfect camping alternative and offers those looking to relax and enjoy the great outdoors a base that’s more of a home from home, rather than a simple tent with a groundsheet and sleeping bags.
There are many glamping sites on the Isle of Wight which offer a huge range of alternatives to standard tents including yurts (circular tents which originate from Eastern Europe), safari tents, eco pods and cabins. If you’re looking for something really quirky, try a week in a beautifully decorated vintage airstream trailer or a weekend out and about exploring the landscape in a VW camper rental.
Many of the yurts, safari tents and other static types of glamping come with wooden flooring, heating, sofas, double beds and other items you wouldn’t want to sacrifice on a normal camping trip.
Tom's Eco Lodge, one of the Island's largest glamping providers, offers a range of high quality safari tents and cabins – whilst you're there be sure to pay a visit to the very free range, ex-battery chickens to see if they've laid you some eggs for breakfast!
Thinking of coming over for one of the Isle of Wight’s major music festivals? Bestival and Isle of Wight Festival glamping sites sit away from the masses of standard camping tents and provide an element of luxury for music lovers. From pods to tipis, choose your very own glamping pitch to make your musical pilgrimage a little more luxurious. Head back to the yurt, safari tent or tipi and relax and unwind after an exhausting day of exploring and partying.
Take a look at the list we’ve put together below to find out more about some of the great glamping providers on the Isle of Wight. We’ve thrown in a few other unique places to stay too, just in case you’re looking for a glamping holiday with a difference!
Keep browsing the site if you’re still looking for information on getting here, things to do during your glamping trip or accommodation if you’ve decided you’d rather be waited on hand and foot and stay in a traditional hotel or B&B.
Wherever you choose to stay on the Isle of Wight, you’ll have no trouble finding the perfect base from which to explore our stunning island.
Click here to read our blog post on why the Isle of Wight is the perfect place to spend your glamping adventure.
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